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Practice Directive no. 2/09

The Chief Justice for the Pascua Yaqui Court of Appeals (hereinafter "Chief Justice"), in his efforts to improve the efficiency and accessibility of the Court of Appeals, hereby issues Practice Directive no. 2/09 on the submission of proposed orders before the Pascua Yaqui Court of Appeals.

Any practitioner applying to the Court of Appeals for an order shall accompany their application with a proposed order.

 

The proposed order shall: Read more

Practice Directive no. 1/09

The Chief Justice for the Pascua Y aqui Court of Appeals (hereinafter "Chief Justice"), in his efforts to improve the efficiency of the Court of Appeals and to promote its standing within the legal community of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, hereby issues Practice Directive no. 1/09 for the management of cases before the Pascua Yaqui Court of Appeals. Read more

Tribal Court Awarded Federal Grant

The Pascua Yaqui Tribal Court of Appeals is pleased to announce that it has received the U.S. Bureau of Justice “Tribal Courts Assistance Program” grant.  The award, in the amount of $175,000 over the next two years, will enhance the operations of the Tribal Courts by improving indigent juvenile defense. Read more

Filing Submission Guidelines

Please submit all filings to the Court of Appeals in both paper and electronic format (email the Clerk of the Court of Appeals a PDF version of the filing; further, the PDF should be saved from your word processor and text readable, not scanned in as an image). Thanks you for your cooperation.

Court of Appeals Request Regarding Service of Process

We are issuing this communication as a reminder to all practitioners that all filings with the Court should follow proper service of process procedures, with opposing counsel/parties served (generally by mail as well as electronically) and service of process certified to the Court upon filing.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Communications with the Court

Practitioners are reminded that, while blog posts, forum discussions, and comments may be informal and relatively unfettered, official communications with the Court, including those within email filings, should be professional, clear, and courteous.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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